There are no guarantees when it comes to The TAB Everest and that’s something connections of dual winner Redzel are aware of as they hope to pull off a threepeat later this year.
Warwick Farm trainer Matt Smith has put the disappointment of Fierce Impact’s Doomben Cup behind him and is looking ahead with Grey Lion and Tonsor.
A trainer with a broken arm, a keen 26-year-old apprentice jockey newcomer, and a back from suspension jockey will provide plenty of interest and glamour to Wauchope Jockey Club’s charity race meeting in aid of brain cancer research at Wauchope this Saturday.
Home Of The Brave is favoured to supply Godolphin with yet another Group 1 victory this Saturday in Brisbane, but there’s just one minor problem – he is no certainty to make the final field.
Everest slot holder Damion Flower says he will exhaust international options for his 2019 runner before looking locally.
The updated order of entry for Group 1 Kingsford Smith Cup (1300m) to be run this Saturday, 25th May at Eagle Farm.
Fan favourite The Candy Man is headed back to city racing after bringing up his sixth consecutive win.
An exhibition gallop at the Gold Coast on Saturday by Gr.1 Queensland Derby (2400m) candidate Lord Arthur has Cambridge trainer Murray Baker pleased with his progress as he gets set for the Brisbane Group One feature next month.
Gutsy mare Kenedna secured a second G1 win in the space of five weeks with a dominant performance in the Doomben Cup.
“Derby, Derby, Derby,” declared David Hayes moments after Independent Road won Saturday’s $125,000 Hugh Bowman Hall of Fame Trophy (1400m) for two-year-olds at Flemington.
Caulfield horseman Ciaron Maher has continued his love affair with the TAB Queensland Winter Racing Carnival after taking the time-honoured Group 1 Doomben Cup with Kenedna.
It’s career-defining times for young Cameron Crockett as he relocates from Mudgee to racing heartland Scone with a substantial new team, a burgeoning association with Darby racing, and their latest prospect Vintage Flyer at Monday’s Wellington TAB meeting.
Champion’s Way’s (132lb) unbeaten streak goes on the line in the finale at Sha Tin on Saturday (18 May) as trainer John Size’s exciting rising star aims to become the 29th horse in Hong Kong’s professional era to win six races in a season.